Yesterday, Russia accused United States for justifying terrorism by blocking a draft UN Security Council statement condemning the recent suicide bombing in Damascus, carried out by the anti-Assad rebels who’re trained, funded and supported by the “Friends of Israel” (the US, UK, France, Germany, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, UAE and Jordan). The bombing killed atleast 53 civilians and wounded more than 250. It was the worst bloodshed in one day since the pro-Israel western powers decided to bring a pro-Israel and anti-Iran regime change in Damascus.
A poll taken in October 2012, claimed that 75% of Turks oppose war with Syria. In fact, the loudest opposition comes from the Saadet Party, the parent Islamist party of Erdogan’s ruling AK Party. Professor Necmettin Erbakan who groomed Erdogan’s political career, never liked Turkey’s close relations with the US, NATO and Israel. However, the former Mayor of Istanbul, Erdogan, after serving a few months in Turkish jail for praising Islam, realized that he had to compromise his faith to “catch up with the modern world”. Since then, he leaves his ’Islamism’ inside the four-walls of his home and mosque.
Since he parted from Saadet Party, Erdogan has been influenced by westernized Turk intellectuals like his foreign minister, Ahmet Davutoglu PhD. Last year, Zioconservative Foreign Policy Magazine, gave Davutoglu 28th position among its ‘Top 100 Global Thinkers’ award list. It’s reported that Davutoglu, the main promoter of lies against Assad regime, as a university student, had written an essay 20 years ago claiming that it’s kosher to make a deal with Satan if necessary.
“Islamist Turkey may build alliances with powerful partners, and it’s irrelevant whether these powers are bad or good. This means, that we may even make a Faustian pact with the Devil himself, for we shall triumph by our beliefs and with the Almight help,” wrote young Davutoglu. If Davutoglu really believes that, then according to Holy Qur’an, he is ‘munafiq’, which is worse enemy of Muslims than the non-Muslims. Islam doesn’t allow its followers to chose between the “evil and the lesser evil”. A Believer has to chose what’s good for the entire Muslim community (Ummah).
On November 8, 2010, Abdullah Gul, president of Turkey and member of the ruling AKP speaking at London’s Catham House (a sister group of Israeli advocacy group CFR) said that Turkey is playing an active role in shaping the New World Order, the future world government proposed by the notorious ‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion’.
Is Ahmet Davutoglu, like Gen. Mustafa Kemal Attaturk, a Crypto Jew (Dönmeh)? Dönmeh are the followers of Rabbi Sabbatai Zevi who proclaimed himself the “Promised Jewish Messiah” in 1665. Though he later converted to Islam to save his neck, but Sabbatai continued his Messianic activities as a Jew in secret.
Israel Shamir, the Russian-Israeli writer, who left Judaism for Christianity a decade ago, sheds some light on this topic. Shamir, who visited Turkey recently, says that Davutoglu beliefs could have been influenced by his contacts with Dönmeh. “Perhaps this is the right time for Prime Minister Erdogan to listen to his old comrades (Saadet Party), disavow the devil-supping policy regarding Syria, and to stop the war machine before it destroys all of the achievements he can so rightly be proud of. The dream of bringing Syria into a closer union with Turkey still can be realised, but not through unleashing the dogs of war,” wrote Shamir.
Polish Rabbi Ya’akov Frank (1726-1791) also claimed to be a Jewish Messiah. Toronto Chief Rabbi, Wolf Gunther Plaut (died 2012) in his 1990 book, ‘‘The Man Who Would Be Messiah’, has claimed that Frankist Jews committed the Holocaust.
Adam Bilzerian says that Turk Jews carried the extermination of 1.5 million Armenian Christians to control Turkey’s commerce. Read the investigative article here.